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September 16 2015 by Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt, MD in Diabetes studies
Type 2 diabetes is a fully reversible disease. And still conventional medicine treat it as the opposite – as a chronic and progressive disease. We try to mask the symptoms and slow down the complications, instead of curing it!

It’s quite easy to prove that type 2 diabetes is a reversible disease. Have a look at this chart of the number of required drugs for treating the disease, over 12 months on three different treatments in a 2012 study:

The top graph is conventional treatment. Everyone starts out on three different medications and they keep having to take the drugs. This is what we normally do. It simply does not work to reverse diabetes, and may even make the diabetes worse.

The bottom two graphs are common variants of obesity surgery, where a large (healthy) part of the stomach is removed. Many patients suddenly don’t need drugs anymore, their diabetes completely goes away!

don t call me up mabel 🔥how to don t call me up mabel for The point is not to recommend surgery that removes healthy organs – I don’t recommend that. The point it that type 2 diabetes can be a fully reversible disease. Luckily it’s not even necessary to remove healthy organs to do so, it’s also possible by just changing your lifestyle.

Here’s a longer post on the subject by the great Dr. Jason Fung:

IDM: Surgery Reverses Diabetes – T2D3IDM: Surgery Reverses Diabetes – T2D3

I just spent a few days with Dr. Fung and we have some really interesting plans. If you’re at all interested in this topic I think you’ll love what we have coming up soon.

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  2. bashiir
    March 18 2017
    So I believe that we can treat the diabetic disease
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  4. Lotus
    March 22 2017
    Willpower is a band aid. I wouldn''re not diabetic. Your doctor lied to you, to make money off of you.
  5. Asir
    August 25 2017
    Blood sugar is supposed to be between 60 and 140
  6. Ahmed
    September 10 2017
    Diabetes type 2 is curable..do this 1) sleep early in night.wake up early in the morning.2) balance diet..3) work out at least walk 2 to 3 kilometer per day.
  7. BB
    September 12 2017
    Just diagnosed in May
    Lost 50lbs with Low Carb somewhat High Fat diet and 30 to 45 minutes walking. Walking is great post meal.
    Pair proteins with small amounts of carbs and using natural fats like butter
    Went from A1c 10 - 11 to 6.3 in 3 months
    Saw good results when fasting for a colonoscopy
    Now fasting from supper to lunch and glucose numbers are very good no medicine ( 2 hrs after lunch 4.1 to 6.5)
    My doctor says it is reversible I believe I can curable, My doctor thought my results were great.
    Feeling healthier with better food choices.
    Dinner example- salmon, cypress salad with balsamic reduction, grilled veggies with ranch dressing, baked potato with butter and sour cream...1 hr post meal blood glucose 4.3 and 2 hrs post meal 5.8 another example- chicken, black bean soup and very small pc of garlic 60% whole grain bread or steak with Greek salad. I only do portion control with carbs. Lunch example kale slaw, Turkey or regular peparoni, olives and cheese. No spikes
    Also taking vitamins
    Just bought the book the obesity code
  8. Harry
    October 1 2017
    I''t believe my a1c were ever really that high I had to fire the doctor because I started calling me harassing me to take metformin I refused even my new doctor tried to push me to take metformin and after the econologist take it out my chart because my glucose was a 90 started partying a little bit my glucose went up to 134 that was in July its September my glucose level been under a 100 I went to see a wellness doctor that did a insulin test on me and my level normal that of a person with no insulin resistance...but I''m a retired RN and I am very concerned about this information being shared with the public. My fear is that people who are needing to be properly treated for their diabetes will read this and discontinue their medications and treatment! As a nurse, I have seen firsthand the damage that poorly treated diabetes can do to the body, oftentimes with severe complications such as kidney failure (needing dialysis for the rest of one''m living proof that this is true. I started Keto and intermittent fasting on May 22nd, 2018. Since then, I''ve lost 65lbs. HbA1c was reduced normal levels within just one month of being strict and changing the way I ate. It''t mean every thing you can put into your mouth, the bible also has scriptures on what type of food you shall eat. If you are diabetic, cut down on sugar producing foods (carbohydrates) and eat the right type of food such as green vegetables, beans, peanuts, and fruits (portion control), and chicken without skin and fish. Drink plenty of water (only) and do regular exercise. Most of all worship God and trust Him while eating and exercising. God''t believe he is profit motivated in teaching people that the traditional treatment for diabetes makes it worse, but diet can reverse insulin resistance.
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